Like many women, you may be interested in improving the appearance of your breasts, but are unsure if you need a breast lift, implants, or both.
In order to determine the best solution for your needs and goals, it is important to understand the indications for each type of breast surgery and expected outcomes.
Continue reading to learn if a breast lift, implants, or breast lift with implants is right for you.
Do I Need Breast Lift, Implants, or Both?
A breast lift is a surgical procedure designed to elevate the breasts and produce a more youthful and perky appearance.
Mastopexy also repositions the nipple-areolar complex so that it’s in proper proportion with lifted breasts. However, it is not able to add volume to deflated breasts.
This type of breast surgery is well-suited to women who are bothered by sagging breasts and downward-pointing nipples, resulting from pregnancy, breastfeeding, weight fluctuations, or the natural aging process.
Breast implant surgery utilizes a saline or silicone implant to improve breast size, shape, fullness, and symmetry. Dr. Singh will recommend which type of implant is best-suited to your individual needs and goals at the time of your consultation.
Ideal candidates for breast implants are women who want to enhance breast volume and cleavage, achieve a more proportionate figure, and enhance their curves and feminine silhouette.
Breast Lift with Implants
For patients with sagging, drooping, and volume loss, a breast lift with implants often offers an ideal solution.
This combined approach not only repositions breasts and the nipple-areolar complex, it also restores volume and upper-pole fullness for optimal outcomes.
Considering a Breast Lift, Implants, or Both?
If you are unsure if you need a breast lift, implants, or both, please call our office today to schedule a comprehensive consultation with board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. Navin Singh.